SUSTAINABLE FASHION, THE POSITIVE SIDE OF THE PANDEMIC
There is a link between sustainable fashion and pandemic. It may not seem so intuitive at first glance, but in fact it is there. And it is a link that can also generate a shared positive impact.
EDITORIAL Cristina Morozzi
TRAVEL TO ITALY: APULIA
The sixth stop of "Travel to Italy" takes us to Apulia, the southern Italian land washed by two seas. Land of many artisanal traditions such as: pottery, laces, illuminations and much more. History and food intertwine for the utmost experience.
Reportage Iris Van Herpen
At the Paris Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2021/22, the Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen presented "Shifts Souls", a peculiar collection made with recycled materials. The fabrics created in collaboration with the artist Kim Keever are based on a palette of liquid colours, expertly shaded, to match the line of the clothes.
Mariano Light is a historic family company from Corigliano d'Otranto (Lecce), specialising in the design and installation of illuminations in Italy and around the world. It was founded in 1898 by Salvatore Mariano, who bequeathed it to his son Eliseo, who's Lucio's father. The dynasty continues with the second of Lucio's three sons, Giulio.
Fake food, Real garbage
At the UCLA Center in Los Angeles, there is a provocative exhibition titled "Fake Food Real Garbage". The installation aims to show the longevity of our daily waste.